The much-anticipated Arbitrum layer-2 growing airdrop has dominated news coverage this week. The hype surrounding the token has led to exploits, fake airdrops, and even a substantial increase in volume for other layer-2 protocols.
In addition to the Arbitrum hype, there have been some fresh developments regarding the Euler Finance hack, too. The protocol developers placed a $1 million bounty on the heads of the individuals or group responsible for the attack, and they also received a part of the money back.
Additionally, some of these assets were transferred to North Korean addresses on a blacklist.
The millions of dollars in insurance payouts in 2022 were recently disclosed by a research project. Since its formation, DeFi insurance claims totalling 90 per cent were distributed in 2022.
Resale Opportunities Of Digital Tokens, NFTs On Amazon Soon?
Nikhilesh De, managing editor for global policy and regulation at CoinDesk, got an email from what appeared to be an official Amazon account on Friday afternoon, confirming the presence of a gallery and digital tokens on the e-commerce site.
De received the email following an automatic renewal of a subscription to an Amazon Prime Video channel. De had no previous knowledge of the platform’s integration of non-fungible tokens (NFTs), and had not bought any NFTs from Amazon either.
The email provides new insights into Amazon’s plans for Web 3.0 expansion and hints at where these new tools might be live on the platform.
Klaytn’s Metaverse Knowledge Kit Helps Users Build Metaverse Applications Smoothly
Metaverse Knowledge Kit provides developers and enterprises with comprehensive tools and resources to build and deploy metaverse-based applications on the Klaytn network.
The three key components of the kit are: educational resources, npm package support, and API support.
The launch of the metaverse knowledge kit is considered a crucial milestone in Klaytn’s 2023 Vision Map to achieve Mass Adoption Trifecta.
The metaverse is a digital realm for avatars to roam, but users need to be able to prove their identity, perform financial transactions, and own assets through Blockchain technology. Building a metaverse requires technical knowledge and expertise, too.